The last two weeks have been really emotional. Our minds have become our enemy. As my wife keeps getting stronger from the first round of chemo we are not really looking forward to the second round of chemo on November 25th. We understand this is a long process. We now know what to expect after the second round of chemo so we are more prepared for the upcoming weeks.
I would like to thank everyone friends and family for all that they have done. For myself I have to apologize to all of the people at work that I have snapped on or have lost my composure with. For my mind has not been in the right place. I thank them for understanding even though this should not be an excuse and they are not at fault. I also know that I have to get myself back on track and start helping and promoting for the upcoming baseball events hosted by friends at MINTPROS and J IRWIN PRODUCTIONS. My way of getting a normal life as I can.
We have been on a two week journey of a lot of up’s and downs. Chemo really knocks a person down. One second my wife was good the next second she was too fatigue, bones hurting, nausea, and other effects came out. As a family we stand united and really strong. As individuals we struggled to find a way to make each other feel better. I know my wife wanted to jump out of the bed and go to work like she has been doing her entire life, but that could not be done.
As I look in my wife eyes I could see how she struggles to stay awake. She acts as if everything is all well, but her body and face tell another story. I give my wife all the credit in the world. She really is a true hero, and great inspiration for all of us. She is a fighter.
I wish I could do much more for her. I wish that I was able to give her my energy. I wish I could make her dreams come true. Our lives have change completely. We no longer take things for granted. Our goal in this life is to make sure we are there for people who are going through this or have gone through this. No one fights alone.
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